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Following the recent strategic changes implemented to the business, as announced by our Managing Director Mr. Nigel N. Stanley, the East Link Group of companies will be operating under new management from 1st July 2019.

The claims and dispute management part of the East Link business has been transferred to Charlton Martin Consultants Sdn Bhd, the project management, quantity surveying services and contract administration part transferred to PMCC Actus Sdn Bhd.

These two main specialist service streams will now be offered to our clients by existing established entities, strengthened by the injection of former ELC resources.

Revised contact details are now as follows:

Claims and Dispute Management :

Richard Shuttleworth – Director

Mobile: +60 19 664 6892

Email: richard.shuttleworth@charltonmartin.com

Rod Martin – Chief Executive Officer

Mobile: +60 12 388 7685

Email: rod.martin@charltonmartin.com

Charlton Martin Consultants Sdn Bhd

A-3A-1, Northpoint Mid Valley,
No.1, Medan Syed Putra Utara,
Mid Valley City,
59200 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.

Phone: +603 2287 5175

Website: www.charltonmartin.com

Project Management, Quantity Surveying and Contract Administration :

Jamie Duncan – Director

Mobile: +60 19 277 6892

Email: Jamie@pmcc-corporation.com

Peter Wyss – Managing Director

Mobile: +60 17 250 6792

Email: peter@pmcc-corporation.com

PMCC Actus Sdn Bhd

Unit 611, 6th floor, Block C,
Pusat Perdagangan Phileo Damansara 1,
Jalan Damansara,
46350 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia

Phone: +603 7931 6352

Website: www.pmcc-corporation.com

For all matters related to ELC Rail Sdn Bhd – please revert to

Jeff Hewitt – Managing Director

Mobile: +60 12 296 0262

Email: Jeff.hewitt@elcrail.com

General: – Nigel N. Stanley

Mobile: +60 19 228 6892

Email: nigelnstanley@outlook.com

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